Nurses are a vital resource for achieving health and development goals. They are the backbone of the healthcare system in India.
Capacity building of Nurses is important in order to guide them in their contribution to the development of nursing services in India, to ensure the provision of quality and safe essential health services to the people
To build a framework that allows to train nurses equipping them with updated practical hands-on knowledge and skills required to promote and practice up-to-date patient centric care for managing common Non-communicable diseases- Diabetes and Hypertension.
The program content will draw on the rich and diverse resources available within the NCD domain following the NPCDCS guidelines. The modules will equip nurses to provide standardized and quality counselling, care and support services to the people to prevent and manage Non-Communicable Diseases (Diabetes and Hypertension). Empowering the nurses with knowledge on will help in reducing the overall burden of diabetes and hypertension management since nurses hold the transformative power to tackle these disorders by providing patient-centered care.
Basic & Advanced
16 –20 hours
This platform is open and free to all the nurses in India.
Chairperson of Advisory Board
Professor and Head General Medicine, AIIMS Jodhpur
Principal, College of Nursing, AIIMS New Delhi
Additional Director General (Nursing), Nursing Division, DGHS, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New DelhiView Profile
Vice President, Indian Nursing Council